Broadwell series of core i5 processors are being employed heavily in laptops and computers ever since Intel officially launched them. Today, Acer has introduced a high-quality 15.6 inch C910 Chromebook that uses a dual core I5 5200U processor. It has also launched a new full HD tablet, the Iconia Tab 10 with model number A3-A20FHD. The tablet costs 200 to 250 dollars (12K to 15K Rs Indian Rs) and the Chromebook is priced at 500$.

Iconia Tab 10 includes MT8127 quad-core Mediatek 1.5 Gigahertz processor and it boasts a 10.1 inches touchscreen display along with Gorilla Glass protection. This device is fitted with 5910 mAh battery and it is available with 1280 x 800 and 1920 x 1080 pixel screen resolution options.

Acer Iconia Tab 10 with lower resolution is a budget friendly tablet with 1GB RAM, 16GB flash memory, 1.3 GHz clock speed. Its price is just 199$ (12000 Rs).

FHD variant of Acer A3-A20FHD includes 2GB RAM, and its internal storage capacity is 32GB. Both the tablets support WiFi. They have Android Kit Kat 4.4 operating system, LED flash, microSD card reader, 5 MP rear and 2.0 MP front camera.

There’s no support for voice-calling as Acer has not added an SIM card reader in the 10 inch A3-A20FHD.

Acer iconia 10 tab 10 A3 A20FHD

Acer’s latest C910 Chromebook has a 15.6 inch full HD screen. Its processor packs with 3 MB cache memory, and the clock speed is within 2.2 to 2.7 GHz. The Chromebook includes HD 5500 Intel graphics chip. It has 32GB SSD, 4GB DDR3L RAM, 480 minutes of battery backup, Bluetooth, microSD slot, WiFi, USB and HDMI ports. The new FHD Acer Chromebook C910 is sleek in design, but it is a bit heavy.

Acer full HD Chromebook C910

It measures 0.95 inches in thickness. The weight is around 2.8 KG. C910 is the most powerful Chrome OS powered device launched by Acer. It will go on sale before last week of April 2015.

If you want to use Google Chrome OS with much powerful Core i7 processor, check out the features of Chromebook Pixel 2015.


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